So, I'm reading the plot breakdown for "The Xindi" over on TrekToday ( spoilers ), and it seems that in this thrilling new episode, Captain Archer beams down to the planet's surface... . . . SPOILER . . . SPOILER . . . SPOILER . . . AND GETS CAPTURED!!! He then needs to be rescued. Thank God they've reworked the series! I really didn't think they had enough episodes the first two years where Archer gets captured and needs rescuing. Just like I figured. Talk is cheap with B&B. Its the Same "Stuff," Different Day (SSDD) factor. . . . REAL SPOILER . . . REAL SPOILER . . . REAL SPOILER . . . The article also hints that the Xindi aren't a loose confederation of planets, but FIVE COMPLETELY DISPARATE SENTIENT SPECIES, ALL EVOLVED ON THE SAME PLANET!!! For me, the only possible good I saw coming out of this whole Xindi nonsense was that Earth would see how much more powerful a confederation of planets, working toward a common cause would be, planting the idea for the UFP, but instead it looks like they're gonna go with the premise that somehow, not one, not two, heck not even three, but five, count 'em FIVE dominant species each from a different animal family somehow evolved on the SAME planet. ENT has done for Star Trek what Jerry Bruckheimer did for Batman.